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The following message has been received from the Police & authenticated through the Police Education Resources Branch.
New Zealand Police and Vodaphone say a mobile phone warning currently doing the rounds on email is a hoax.
Today’s questions of the day concerned: John Tamihere apology/speakers ruling – Community Work Scheme x 2 – IRD Funding – Nauseating Treatment Of Children – BIL Selling Fish Overseas – Pesticide On NZ Roads - Maori On Health Boards – Mental Health ...
“The Deputy Prime Minister has shown he is unfit to be a member of the Parliamentary Security Intelligence Committee,” Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley said today.
Today's questions concerned: Fast Ferries - West Coast Accord - West Coast Development Negotiations - Waipareira Trust - Fishing Asset Sales Overseas - West Coast Jobs - Student's Message To The Government - Reserve Bank And Employment - Petrol Prices ...
Contents: Editorial: Late, Bored, Blah Etc :) Young Labour SGM Ideology - From Steve Maharey News Is Good, Good News Is Better. Web Site Of The Week.
Three weeks ago I wrote about Muriel Newman's Shared Parenting Bill ( http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0003/S00035.htm ), suggesting that it represents a positive step in the depoliticisation of child custody disputes. I noted that there would remain incentives for about-to-separate ...
Today's questions for oral answer. Paraphrased answers to these questions will be posted in the Headlines wire shortly after 3pm.
Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton is scornful of National Party suggestions that he should resign from the Intelligence and Security Committee.
The Corrective Party notes with concern the growing problem of the Rodney District Council. Indeed, Rodney infestation is a serious problem, which can sometimes be terminal. One only has to look at the ARF New Zealand party to see what happens when ...
Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton will ask for a report to the Intelligence and Security Committee, after Opposition leader Jenny Shipley leaked confidential security information in Parliament yesterday.
“A stampede” of early tax payments to avoid Michael Cullen’s new over-$60K Envy Tax is predicted by Libertarianz leader Peter Cresswell, with companies racing to build up imputation credits before the end of the financial year.
Police have seized a vehicle in connection with the murder of Lisa Blakie and want public help in tracing its movements.
The Fightback! campaign for Free Education, in conjunction with the Waikato Students Union, have occupied and taken control of their Registry, and the whole three floors of B block.
AUCKLAND – Monday, 27 March 2000: We all know the feeling. You push the “download” button on an interesting web site….and you wait. And wait. And wait.
Labour's honeymoon is over. Today Fightback! Waikato's occupation of the registry continues, with the group calling on Labour to put right a sickening history of tertiary education management.
Shell has responded angrily to reports that Australian imported fuel was "suffering power losses" in vehicles outside of Auckland.
Where a person (the interposed person) is interposed between a person purchasing services (the service purchaser) and an individual who personally performs the services (the service provider), the net income for an income year of the interposed person ...
The Green Party is calling for the government to rethink its commitment to the Waihopai electronic interception station in light of developments in the European Parliament.
Timberrrrr!!! - Fiji's plans to harvest part of its matured mahogany forests, claimed to be the largest in the world and worth billions of dollars in revenue, has been attacked by Fijians saying the Government is disposing of it at bargain prices. John ...